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presidential debate when women and all americans got to hear for themselves unfiltered what the different plans for getting america back on track are. and as more americans describe themselves as pro-life, they're looking for policies that don't allow taxpayer dollars to flow to abortion, particularly at this moment of budgetary crisis for our country. >> but in that first debate there was no discussion of women's issues, and in this one coming up you can bet your bottom dollar the president is going to put it on the line and women are going to do exactly what they did before. believe me, it wasn't the economy that got that huge surge, sometimes 20 and 30 points. it was the economy, to be sure, plus women's issues. >> so don't you think your analysis defies the ideas of women's issues if women were responding to a discussion that didn't include what you're calling women's issues? women are looking at a whole slate of issues and are concerned -- >> the candidates didn't bring it up, and because the candidates didn't bring it up, a lot of women who had never been paying attention the to donates
unfiltered to the american people. that's, i think, what needs to come through. his sincerity, his warmth, his intellect, his optimism on the future of america and how we solve the challenges, and the two roads. the road the president defined over the last four years, we don't think the american people have embraced and will continue to embrace, and the road of optimism and pro-growth policies to get america back to work. that's the choice. >> isn't the problem for mitt romney that people obviously believe, which was the mantra, that the democratic party tried to define that the obama campaign tried to define, that is not a guy for the 100%? this is a guy who frankly favors the wealthy. people like him. and that he doesn't get the cares and worries of the average american? >> i think that's the divide and conquer mentality. mitt romney cares deeply about the american people. he cares deeply about the future of this country and our kids and grandkids. that's way can bring forward in this debate because it will be unfiltered. it won't be split and cut by the media or by whoever is slicing a
campaign. the fact that president reagan did a good job and romney has been on the tv unfiltered by the media with 125 million people watching. something is changing out there. the media can't spin romney talking and standing up and articulating his views. as romney joked thursday night they are doing the best to obscure what he is saying. the reality is punching through and the gatekeepers can't deal with it. >> jon: so what about it? does it suggest the debates are more about style than substance? >> it's television, yes. of course that is through. i was struck by to the extent that people tended to stick to the vie they brought in to the debate. that includes the reporters. the washington and "new york times" said more obama comes back as the lead editorial. the "wall street journal" said, president without a plan. so what you heard is what you wanted to hear from that debate. >> jon: you like president obama. the fact that he did better in this debate. did it cheer you up? >> it certainly cheered me up. i was a little dismayed at some of the press, particularly one that said
moment when the american people can see these two guys by side, letting out their visions unfiltered. i think that will be a powerful moment for mitt romney. >> obama senior advisers said they are preparing. >> they have been practicing for months. i am sure they will have a lot of clever lines, but that is not the american people are looking for. >> abc news political analyst matt dowd says advisors are emphasizing style over substance. >> debates that have changed people's lives have been about physical debates and -- physical characteristics and mannerisms, not substance. >> both have challenges. the president needs to keep his answers short to avoid sounding like the professor he was before entering the white house. romney has to connect with voters and seem relatable. >> joining us now to talk about this -- a guest from politico. thank you for being here. so much at stake for mitt romney on wednesday. what does he need to do to make an impact? >> he needs to change the dynamic of the race. all the indications are that he is a few points behind in the swing states. only five or six
race will be turned upside down come thursday morning. >> reporter: this unfiltered confidence may not make much of a splash. a newark ton post poll shows 55% of likely voters think the president will win this debate. only 31% say it will be romney. new this is a poll president obama likely does not want to win because he essentially says mitt romney is the underdog going into the debate. >> kelly? >> i don't think i've seen a gap that huge in one of the polls. the national candidates are usually neck and neck, pretty close. >> reporter: the cnn poll out among likely voters show present obama at 50% and mitt romney at 47%. that's obviously, within the margin of error. given the wednesday debate and others, there's a lot of room for either side to make up some ground. >> okay. looks like we're having technical difficulty. let's head over to jamie costello. >> all right. tonight, it's very popular on abc2news.com. elizabeth loves to crochet. now she is turning it into a business. 2 -- $25,000 up for grabs. sherrie johnson sits down to learn more. >> reporter: 16-year-old elizabeth lo
the fact that i think a 70 million americans got a chance to see my husband unfiltered. >> mitt romney is working with the debate partner ohio senator rob portman on style. >> in their practice sessions, romney spent less time practicing what he is going to say and more time focus on how he is going to say at. >> he will have a very steady to very good performance but president is more of a question. >> it is very important for obama not to sit back and act disengage and demure to mitt romney. >> democrats hinted that you will see the president go after romney. >> to the extent that he is the etch-a-sketch guy, president obama will sho how that i inconsistent with how he has been afforded -- been before. >> on the other hand, they have to make that connection and show empathy with voters tonight. >> today is our last day to register to vote in the election. you can print out a form and mail it in or go to the board of election headquarters. you can also register online. all applications must be turned in by 9:00 p.m. tonight. each county in the baltimore area has at least one location
loved about the debate, an unfiltered view of my husband, yay! i have been waiting for that for a very long time. hundreds of millions of dollars, half a billion dollars spent on negative ads describing my husband as a person who does not care, a person who is out of touch. i am here to tell you about a person who is in touch and does care. i appreciated the fact that the audience got to see an unfiltered view, 70 million people tuned in the first debate. there is someone else on that stage that i like. he is the guy who has a vision for the future and understands what is going on. this is an economic recovery that is not a recovery at all. guess who is hurting the most -- women. more women have fallen into poverty than men. it is more women have lost their jobs than men in the last four years. women are hurting. single moms, moms having a tough time to begin with, they are the ones who are hurting the most. help is on the way. [applause] to answer that charge that mitt does not care, this is the hardest one for me. i've been married to the man for 43 years. i have known him for 47 yea
. economic things out of washington is one thing. but 80 million people finally got an unfiltered look at mitt romney, and they liked what they saw. and i think you'll see credible polls this week showing significant movement in the swing states and a much closer race. that's the big factor right now. >> let me put this in a different format, because we all sit in washington and get all these numbers. the average american goes outside and says, ok, 600,000 part-time jobs, 114,000 full-time jobs. gasoline the highest in history. do i feel better? or in the real world, can my cousin still not find work? in the real world, is every small business in my neighborhood still stressed? and i think the reason obama has never been able to pull away, even when romney had two pretty bad weeks, is that in the end there's this rubber band effect that they go, well, i'd almost like to give him another shot, but this is really frightening and really painful. >> well, nobody is ever going to pull away in this political system. so that's never going to happen. we always -- >> no, i disagree. i think he
really to reach the voters that haven't yet made up their mind in an unfiltered way. >> they want to hear plans forward. they want to know what the president will do over the course of the next four years. and how exactly we'll get there. >> reporter: with polls showing mr. obama leading in the crucial swing states, top aides have encouraged the president to be himself, don't change what's working, one senior adviser said. for his part romney's advisers say he's prepared, that he just needs to convey his message clearly on the biggest stage of his political career. and throughout the primary debates, brian, mitt romney would write his father's name, george romney, on the top of his notepad. his father, of course, being his inspiration. he would also write one other letter, "o" to remind him to focus on president obama. but tonight when they are finally side by side, he probably won't need any reminders. >> peter alexander in the hall, thanks for starting us off tonight. >>> now over to our political director and chief white house correspondent chuck todd also at the venue tonight. chuck,
are coming down to it. what's going on. when women saw romney unfiltered not through the lens of the obama's administration distortions. that makes sense to me, i can give this guy a shot. he's doing better than mccain and bush and dole did. he's not the gender -- >> is it bad? we are not going to agree on this. >> and i really don't think it's so much what romney said as the fact that let's face it, the president didn't show up. he wasn't there. and he didn't give women much to be listening to. and he didn't come back at romney and poke holes and a lot of the things that romney was saying was not true. >> the time in the third debate which is upon us. >> absolutely. >> for him to -- >> absolutely. >> turn it back around. >> i do agree with tar on this. three weeks ago lifetime in politics. it is. you are going to have senate races where women are going to be looking and todd aiken in missouri saying that a woman's body can shut et cetera down in unwanted rape and pregnancy. he was in bed with s of so to speak, todd aiken, they are looking at that and seeing this is the republican party an
governor rick perry who tweeted, always niles to get unfiltered or in this case unskewed information. amen. if we had only had more accurate polling during the primaries, perry could have dropped out way sooner. (applause) and so-- (laughter) folks, chambers' work throws all polls into doubt now. even the internal ones i've taken of myself. i mean the results say i'm not that excited about mitt romney but as a conservative i feel like i should love him. maybe the sample size is too small or maybe i checked the wrong box and i'm actually latino, you know. thankfully, fox news is fighting back with its own fair and balanced polling. >> we asked you tonight who will win ohio. 10% of you said president obama. 90% of you said mitt romney. thanks for your vote. we had more than 20,000 of them tonight. >> stephen: i don't know. i don't know. that poll looks like it oversampled democrats by 10%. but folks, i am so inspired that tonight i am conducting my own properly weighted poll. so go to colbert nation.com and make your voice heard by answering this question. president obama currently leads mit
when the two adversaries are out there, unfiltered by the media, which had been so in the tank to obama that they have snorkelling gear. everybody sought saw it. it was very straight. the moderator had no control, which is exactly the way it should be. he shouldn't be in the way. and it was no contest. it was no loss. they can only say that the other guy won because he was lying. in fact, the reason romney won was because he had the audacity in the first five minutes to go after the two central falsehoods are all the ads that obama has been running incessantly in ohio with great effect. the romney negatives are the highest of any challenger since that same walter mondale. the main themes of these is, number 1, romney has a plan to raise taxes on the middle class, which is absolutely false. and the one report it's based on was updated to say that they actually had looked at that time again and there is no reason under their assumptions that romney would have to raise taxes on the middle class. so that's number 1. and the second is that he wants to reduce the taxes on the rich. romney, kn
these guys out for a lengthy period unfiltered talking to each other. >> and romney's supporters frankly were showing up at the first debate to watch the final coffin. the final nail in the coffin for their guy. he was finished so to speak. and low and behold, there was resurrection. >> as carla points out this is the most expensive presidential campaign we've had. when you cross the state line in nevada it's been nonstop commercials in that swing state for months. everybody's where they were at the beginning. it came down to these 90 minutes of free time on the tv where you got to look at these two. >> going into the final, we're back at ground zero. we're back at dead heat. all that drama that we've had over the past whatever months, is now -- everything's been reset. and in the final weeks, it's really down to this one debate again. >> and no presidential campaign has ever used has much money as is being used in this presidential campaign. barack obama who is under financed by comparison, over a billion dollars, is being spent by him. you can imagine what the other side is spending. >> isn
filtered talking to each -- period unfiltered talking to each other. >> a lot of supporters were showing up at the first debate to watch the final coffin, final nail in the coffin for their guy. he was finished, so to speak. and low and behold, there was resurrection. >> this is interesting. as carla points out, this is the most expensive presidential campaign we have had. when you cross the state line into nevada, it's been non-stop commercials in that state for months. >> yeah. >> and at the end, everyone's where they were at the beginning, and it came down to the 90 minutes of free time on the tv where you actually got to look at these two. >> that's right. and now, i mean, going into the final, and this is what is interesting. we're back at ground zero. we're back at dead heat. all of that drama that we have had over the past whatever months, it's now, everything's been reset andd in the final weeks, they debate again. >> and no presidential campaign has ever used as much money as is being used in this presidential campaign. barack obama who is underfinanced by comparison, over $1 bi
, an unfiltered view of my husband, yay! [applause] i have been waiting for that for a very long time. hundreds of millions of dollars, half a billion dollars spent on negative ads describing my husband as a person who does not care, a person who is out of touch. i am here to tell you about a person who is in touch and does care. i appreciated the fact that the audience got to see an unfiltered view, 70 million people tuned in the first debate. there is someone else on that stage that i like. he is the guy who has a vision for the future and understands what is going on. this is an economic recovery that is not a recovery at all. guess who is hurting the most -- women. more women have fallen into poverty than men. it is more women have lost their jobs than men in the last four years. women are hurting. single moms, moms having a tough time to begin with, they are the ones who are hurting the most. help is on the way. [applause] to answer that charge that mitt does not care, this is the hardest one for me. i've been married to the man for 43 years. i have known him for 47 years. that does not ma
's great about last week is it's our opportunity to present an unfiltered mitt romney versus an unfiltered barack obama and the choice was houistorically. >> let's ask you then about specifically what the panelist talked about, the thing that a lot of analysts are watching is are the polls going to move in the swing states? it is early to tell. the jobs numbers may factor in to this. can mitt romney move the polls in a place like ohio? where before the debate, our nbc news maris poll showed the president up eight in a state where president obama's message seems to be the jobs numbers. that's working. improving car sales. car sales up. stock market up. does he have to win, for example, ohio? mitt romney, to win the presidency. can he move the number there is? >> well, i think on an overall question, i would agree with all of you that this is going to be an incredibly close election. i thought that the polls were closing before the debate. the debate certainly helped close them even further. i think you are going to see this come down to a ground game, the traditional door to door person by
of people unfiltered and potentially move the polls. right now those polls couldn't be any closer. the very latest nbc news "wall street journal" poll showing it dead even. mitt romney and his family are already in florida where they had dinner together last night. the president leaves for boca raton next hour. >>> tonight's 90-minute debate is expected to be maybe a little less fiery than the last encounter if for no other reason they don't have a chance to circle each other. they will be setted at the table with bill schieffer. this morning their surrogates gave us a preview. >> it's really important that we not politicize this process. at other times a tragedy, 9/11 the country came together. it's unfortunate those across the aisle are dividing us apart. >> he's asking the president of the united states to get to the bottom why there's this fog around his administration since september 11th. >> i want to bring in matt winter elch and eleanor pike. foreign policy debate would seem to favor the incumbent because he's the commander-in-chief, he's been immersed in all of this for the last fo
and i think people for the first time saw an unfiltered version of mitt romney and saw him as a potential president. unfiltered by any media and any attack ads and they saw someone who was really engaged and could be president and that in turn is what lifted the senate races. i think on the presidency, if he win, we're going to control the senate. i agree that the women's vote is very critical, but if you look at what's happened in the women's vote, they're moving for romney and the gap is being closed and romney is a compelling argument and the creation of jobs and get this economy moving again and he's done it before. >> simultaneously, the men are voting in favor of the president. >> i would just say that the numbers don't bear that out that since the debates we've not seen evidence that romney has coattails. again, in connecticut, linda mcmahon is getting herself closer to the president to do better. most all of our candidates in the key states are still doing well either tied or up, so again, i don't think the numbers are bearing out this concept that somehow mitt romn
the president and governor trromney speaking unfiltered to the people, and people really liked what they heard from mitt romney. >> but some people might not consider exactly what mitt romney said as unfiltered. take a listen to what he said about cutting taxes for people during the republican primary compared to what he said on wednesday. let's play back two clips, so take a listen. >> nouumber one, i said today tt we're going to cut taxes on everybody across the country, by 20%, including the top 1%. >> but i'm not going to reduce the taxes paid by high-income people. they'll do fine whether you're president or i am. >> in that first sound bite, he was really clear about cutting taxes by 20%, including the top 1%. then he said on wednesday, he wasn't going to cut taxes for the rich. >> he said all along, he's still going to cut taxes 20% across the board, close loopholes and deductions -- >> including the top 1%. >> he said for everybody, across the board. >> on top of the bush tax cuts? >> president obama during the debate said he is the one who is going to raise taxes by letting the bush t
. an unfiltered mitt romney and an unfiltered barack obama. you saw inspiration, heart, preparedness from mitt romney, and you saw a president that came in unprepared, uninspiring. you know at, maybe clint eastwood was right, and i think that's what the american people saw last week. >> let me ask you about the -- we have some idea of the democrats fundraising in september. the totally, the re-election campaign as well as the democratic committee. $180 million in september. that's 1.8 million individual doneors, 567,000 first-time done ovrz. that's ab impressive number. are you going to match it? >> i don't know if we're going to match it, but it is an impressive number. >> are you close? >> i can't tell you that right now, but i will say this. i think we all understand that this race isn't going to come down because we've been very competitive, and if you roll the tape, i have been calling -- i have been saying that president obama is going to raise $1 billion for a year and a half. remember we called them the billion dollar president. well, so it's no surprise to us, and i think we've surpri
of washington is one thing. but 80 million people got an unfiltered look at mitt romney and they like what they saw. i predict you'll see credible polls showing a significant move in the swing states and a closer race than what we've had. that's the big factor. >> we all sit in washington and get on the numbers. the average american goes outside and says, okay, 600,000 part-time jobs. 114,000 full-time jobs. gasoline the highest in history. do i feel better or in the real world, can my cousin still not find work. in the real world, is every small business in my neighborhood still stressed? i think the reason obama has never been able to pull away even when romney had two pretty bad weeks, is in the end there's this rubber band effect where they go well, i would almost like had to give him another shot, but this is really frightening and really painful. >> nobody is ever going to pull away in this political system. so that's never going to happen. we always know that. >> i disagree, i think they could, there was, there was a emmet moment of pull-away and the only thing that snaps it back is
million people get an unfiltered look and you heard barack obama unable to explain what has really happened over the last for years, nor lay out any real rationale for a second term and they saw an energetic mitt romney brimming with ideas, pretty focused, and extremely competent. as far as the tax plan, look, he has said he will not pass a tax plan that is not deficit neutral. he's been very clear about this. his principles are do not change or modify the share of taxes paid at the upper income level, reduce the tax burden on the middle income level, cut rates across the board, particularly so you can create a more welcoming environment for small businesses, reduce the tax burden on small businesses, which are responsible for a disproportionate percentage of employment in this country, and you can do a lot of this by generating growth, getting rid of deductions, getting rid of a lot of the credits, getting rid of a lot of the loopholes and that is the plan he will put forward to congress. >> here's the thing. dan, here's the thing. nobody disputes that he intends to do some of thi
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